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Men can be good friends in spite of their religion. It is possible to control the actions of the body. McDonald says he is almost finished with the biography of General Duncan McArthur. Although some people have been trying to get him to send it to another publisher, he is going to send it to the Advocate. McDonald also plans for another story. Requests Finley to tell the publishers of the Advocate that he would be sending the biography to them very soon. Abstract Number - 543
Methodist Magazine & Christian Advocate Letters; Methodist Publications; Ohio History; U.S. History
McDonald, John, "Letter from John McDonald to James B. Finley" (1837). Finley Letters. 839.